p.96 COMPUTING THE I CHING WITH A TRS-80
[author Dr Edwin Dethlefsen]
If you cannot afford both a set of tortoise-shell casting wands and a personal computer, you should buy the computer and use the program in this article to peer into the Book of Changes.
p.142 ThE GREAT RACE AND MICRO DISK FILES, Horse Race Simulations
Joseph J Roehrig
Here is a demonstration of some disk file management techniques used in a delightful game program.
p.198 PROGRAM THOSE 2708s!
[author Robert Glaser]
Programming this erasable programmable read-only memory for 8080-based microcomputers is easy with this author's hardware building and software usage methods.
p.212 APPLE AUDIO PROCESSING
[author Mark A Cross]
Here is a simple interface you can add to an Apple II to allow audio input and output.
p.234 BUILD A LOW-COST EPROM ERASER
[author L B Golter]
Do you need to change the programs in your erasable programmable read-only memory? Try building this ultraviolet EPROM eraser to do the job.
p.18 USING THE COMPUTER AS A MUSICIAN'S AMANUENSIS, Part 1: Fundamental Problems
[author Jef Raskin]
In the first of two parts, this author explores several musical concepts and poses some of the initial music-to-printed-score translation problems.
p.34 ADD A SIMPLE TEXT EDITOR TO YOUR BASIC PROGRAMS
[author Robert G A Goff]
Having a text formatting routine when you output large amounts of text is useful. Now you can see how easy It is to implement an editor in BASIC.
p.40 EASE INTO 16-BIT COMPUTING, Part 2: Examining a Small Multi-User System
[author Steve Ciarcia]
Last month, Steve told us about the 8088 processor's capabilities. Now he discusses a two-user system with Tiny BASIC that can be built using only five integrated circuits.
p.70 ADVANCED REAL-TIME MUSIC SYNTHESIS TECHNIQUES
[author Hal Chamberlin]
This well-known computer music maker discusses the fine points of how he uses versatile digital-to-analog converters with a typical personal computer.
p.118 CALCULATING FILTER CAPACITOR VALUES FOR COMPUTER POWER SUPPLIES
[author John Thomas]
Here is a homebrewer's explanation of how formulas and guidelines were developed for choosing a particular electronic component.
p.124 A GRAPHICS TEXT EDITOR FOR MUSIC, Part 1: Structure of the Editor
[author Randolph Nelson]
Now you can learn to enter musical scores into your computer by using a graphics tablet.
p.6 Editorial: Bar Codes Revisited...
p.32, 240 BYTE's Bits
p.60, 68 Programming Quickies
An Animated Slot Machine in Color
A White Noise Generator for the Apple II
p.66, 220 BYTE's Bugs
p.104, 110 Technical Forum
p.113 BYTE News
p.222 Clubs and Newsletters
p.226 Event Queue
p.242 What's New?
p.287 Unclassified Ads
p.288 Reader Service, BOMB